Guinness Slow Cooker Stew

It’s time for another Crock-Pot adventure. Take your palate to Ireland and get in some love for St. Patrick’s Day with a slow cooker Guinness stew. Guinness was first brewed in 1759 by Arthur Guinness. He was a gangsta businessman, because he signed a lease for 9,000 years for the brewery’s property at St. James  Gate in Dublin. In 2000 the […]

Chrismukkah Crockin’: Holiday Ham

Ham tends to be a part of people’s Christmas table. The tradition goes way back when wealthy people in England would use a boar’s head as the centerpiece of the holiday table. This tradition has been associated with Germanic paganism as a tribute to the goddess, Freya. Well, poor folks needed a substitute, because they couldn’t afford boar. They were […]